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From Vietnam to Iraq: Daniel Ellsberg interviewed


Published December 17, 2005


Daniel Ellsberg pioneered modern 'whistleblowing' when, as a former insider, he revealed the Pentagon's classified, 7,000-page history of the Vietnam war in 1971. Why did he do it, and what lessons can he give to those troubled by the Iraq war today? Listen to Daniel Ellsberg's four-part interview with openDemocracy's Isabel Hilton.


Run time 48.00

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